Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Sea Pines offer should not be squandered

We are Sea Pines property owners. We recently attended meetings to learn more about the proposed plans of Sea Pines Resort to invest an additional $70 million to $100 million in our community. The resort proposes a covenant amendment that would enable it to add 90 rooms to the Harbour Town Inn and to simultaneously upgrade the inn and amenities so that it is truly a five-star, five-diamond facility.

Letters to the Editor

Citizenship should come with graduation

Federal law requires all school-age children to be educated, including immigrants. The taxpayers spend tens of thousands dollars on these immigrant children in public schools, so why not give them citizenship when they graduate. By graduating, don’t they meet the requirements for citizenship? This will allow them to lead normal lives and avoid what the young man from Ukraine is going through. After all, we give foreigners that join our armed forces citizenship if they want it.

Letters to the Editor

Vote in favor of improvements

There will always be a resort component in Sea Pines. Why would you not want it to be the best it can be? You could not ask for a better partner for the future success of our community than the Riverstone Group. Not only have they demonstrated their commitment to quality, they have been sensitive to residents and open in sharing their future plans.

Letters to the Editor

Just what do Democrats expect?

I don’t quite understand what the Democrats and their liberal friends expect of me. Do they really expect me to accept people who break the law? Am I supposed to feel safe living in a city that welcomes criminals? Do they expect me to accept shootings, rapes and murders as normal everyday occurrences? Do they expect me to believe that illegal immigration is OK?

Letters to the Editor

Maybe it’s time for toll onto island

Latitude Margaritaville Hilton Head! Yet another off-island development is using the Hilton Head brand to sell their homes. The Florida developer, Minto Communities, even cites “proximity to the beach” as a reason to select the Hardeeville location for its 3,000-home senior-living project.

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Will the Hunting Island campground open on schedule? Here is the latest

S.C. State Parks director Phil Gaines visited Hunting Island on Thursday to assess the progress of the campground and whether the sites will be ready for campers by July 1.
Stephen Fastenau sfastenau@islandpacket.com
Will the Hunting Island campground open on schedule? Here is the latest 0:51

Will the Hunting Island campground open on schedule? Here is the latest

Back in action: work resumes at Sea Turtle Marketplace 0:53

Back in action: work resumes at Sea Turtle Marketplace

Ever wonder what a photo shoot with Zac Efron is like? This Beaufort woman knows. 0:41

Ever wonder what a photo shoot with Zac Efron is like? This Beaufort woman knows.

Keep your eyes peeled for these Beaufort dogs in the new Baywatch movie 1:02

Keep your eyes peeled for these Beaufort dogs in the new Baywatch movie